Audit of Antisemitic Incidents 2022#ADL Launches #LearnToNeverForget Campaign

Anti-Semitism Today: Building Understanding and Allyship with ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt

Join ADL’s very own Jonathan Greenblatt on May 25th from 9:30am to 1pm at Temple De Hirsch Sinai’s Seattle Campus or streaming online for a discussion of how to respond to the proliferation of Anti-Semitism growing throughout the country.

Shared Legacies: The African American-Jewish Civil Rights Alliance Event

Register today for a special program ADL Pacific Northwest is co-hosting in partnership with the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) and the Holocaust Center for Humanity called “Shared Legacies: The African American-Jewish Civil Rights Alliance”. This event, on May 11 at 5:30PM at NAAM in Seattle, which will include a film screening of “Shared Legacies” on the African American Jewish

Antisemitic Incidents Surge in 2022

  Antisemitic incidents in the U.S. reached an all-time high last year with a total of 3,697 incidents of assault, harassment and vandalism tracked by ADL’s Audit of Antisemitic Incidents. This represents the largest number of incidents against Jews in the U.S., recorded by ADL since 1979.

ADL Launches #LearnToNeverForget Campaign

Amid the highest level of antisemitic incidents in the U.S. ever tracked by ADL and alarming growth in antisemitic attitudes, ADL has launched #LearnToNeverForget in support of improving and expanding Holocaust education across the U.S. Together, we must say “never forget” and “never again.”

23rd Annual Supreme Court Review

Join ADL for our 23rd Annual Supreme Court Review program presented virtually in partnership with the National Constitution Center. Distinguished legal scholars and Supreme Court analysts Dahlia Lithwick, Erwin Chemerinsky, Gregory G. Garre, Frederick Lawrence and Melissa Murray will discuss the important cases of the term including voting rights, church-state separation, reproductive rights and immigration. They will also discuss the


Press Release: ADL-Sponsored Anti-Doxing Bill Signed Into Law by Washington Governor Inslee

RELEASE: ADL-Sponsored Anti-Doxing Bill Signed Into Law by Washington Governor Inslee May 18, 2023 For Immediate Release Contact: Miri Cypers, ADL Pacific Northwest Regional Director (206) 707-2664 | Seattle, WA, May 11, 2023 … ADL’s (the Anti-Defamation League) Pacific Northwest Region applauds Washington’s legislative leadership, including Representative Drew Hansen, Senator Javier Valdez and Governor Jay Inslee for addressing the

Press Release: ADL-Sponsored Bipartisan Anti-Doxing Bill Passes Washington State Senate

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Laura Fennell Director of Communications Strategy, ADL West (310) 633-1435 ADL-Sponsored Bipartisan Anti-Doxing Bill Passes Washington State Senate Washington State Senate passed House Bill 1335 today – a significant first step in combatting the rise of online hate-based incidents throughout the Evergreen State. Seattle, WA. April 11, 2023 …  The Washington State Senate passed


Building Support: Emerging Boise Leader Kali Cusimano on Why She Supports ADL

Tell us a bit about yourself and how you ended up in the Pacific Northwest. When I was in the third grade my family moved to Boise from Pocatello.  We had moved to Idaho for my father’s work. After getting married and having our first child we left Boise for about eight years but we missed the proximity to the

Jews in the Pacific Northwest: Fun Facts as We Celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month

By: Sarah Wechsler, ADL Pacific Northwest Intern This May, as we honor Jewish American Heritage Month, we are excited to celebrate the stories of Jewish communities and individuals who have contributed to the diversity and vibrancy the Pacific Northwest. Below please find a few interesting facts about the five states served by ADL’s Pacific Northwest Office, which include Alaska, Idaho,


Calling Idaho Educators! Echoes and Reflections Training

ADL’s Echoes and Reflections is partnering with the Idaho Humanities Council and Wassmuth Center for Human Rights on a professional development workshop on Holocaust education on Saturday, May 6 at the Museum of Idaho in Idaho Falls from 8:00AM-5:00PM MT (lunch and breaks included). This professional development opportunity will provide educators with classroom-ready materials and instructional strategies to teach the

Interrupting Antisemitism Panel at Congregation Beth Israel in Portland, OR

Antisemitic bias crimes and incidents have increased in Oregon and across the nation in the last few years. Learn from ADL’s Stephen Paolini and fellow panelists about trends and patterns of antisemitism, its impact on the local Jewish community, social forces driving the increase in attacks, and conflict resolution skills to successfully confront anti-Semitism. Register here.